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verb [transitive]     price pronunciation in British English
/praɪs/
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present tense
I/you/we/theyprice
he/she/itprices
present participlepricing
past tensepriced
past participlepriced
  1. 1
    [usually passive] to set the price of a product or service

    Tickets priced £5 are available from the library.

    The shares were too highly priced.

    be priced at/below/above etc:

    The farmhouse is priced at £195,000.

    1. a.
      to mark a product in a shop, for example with a label, to show how much it costs
  2. 2
    to compare prices at different shops or companies before you buy something
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